The developer is reported as hoping to save 10% on construction costs by using the framework which also includes EC Harris as cost consultant and Ramboll as engineer.
McAlpine will carry-out commercial work which currently consists of seven schemes worth £150m across Mayfair and Belgravia.
Chorus will concentrate on residential and hotel work with up to 15 projects planned worth £100m.
Grosvenor is looking for a 10% cut in costs and delivery times from contractors.
The firm is able to drive a hard bargain with contractors clamouring to pick-up work because it is one of the few developers with a guaranteed pipeline of projects.
A Grosvenor spokesman said the developer had moved quickly to “take advantage before costs rise.”